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Plantago amplexicaulis amplexicaulis Cav.

Synonyms

Plantago lagopoides, Plantago salina

Common names

Ispaghula, Plantain, rablat al mistah, lesan al hamal

Extract from Wikipedia article

Plantago amplexicaulis is an annual plant of the family Plantaginaceae and the genus Plantago that grows in dry sand and deserts.[+]

LinkPlantain with large grain-like fruits (Plantago amplexicaulis, local names rablat al mistah, lesan al hamal) in a roadside depression of Abu Samra Road in southern Qatar, February 11, 2014
Location on mapsطريق سلوى، Qatar
LinkLarge grain-like fruits of desert plantain Plantago amplexicaulis (local names rablat al mistah, lesan al hamal) in a roadside depression of Abu Samra Road in southern Qatar, February 11, 2014
Location on mapsطريق سلوى، Qatar
LinkPlantain Plantago amplexicaulis (local names rablat al mistah, lesan al hamal) in sand near Trainah in southern Qatar, February 14, 2014
Location on mapsخط الوكير، Qatar
LinkPlantain with large grain like fruits (Plantago amplexicaulis, local names rablat al mistah, lesan al hamal) in Trainah in southern Qatar, February 14, 2014
Location on mapsUnnamed Road, Mazra`at Turayna, Qatar
LinkPlantain with large grain-like fruits (Plantago amplexicaulis, local names rablat al mistah, lesan al hamal) in Trainah gardens. Southern Qatar, March 5, 2014
Location on mapsMazra`at Turayna, Qatar
LinkLarge grain-like fruits of Plantago amplexicaulis (local names rablat al mistah, lesan al hamal) in Trainah gardens. Southern Qatar, March 5, 2014
Location on mapsMazra`at Turayna, Qatar
LinkPurple tinted leaves of Plantago amplexicaulis (local names rablat al mistah, lesan al hamal) in Trainah gardens. Southern Qatar, March 5, 2014
Location on mapsMazra`at Turayna, Qatar
LinkPlantain (Plantago amplexicaulis, local names rablat al mistah, lesan al hamal) in Trainah gardens. Southern Qatar, March 5, 2014
Location on mapsMazra`at Turayna, Qatar

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QNHG (Qatar Natural History Group) and associated people, for a possibility to participate in their field excursions and to learn about local nature.